Why use the tremulous tumultuous time in a psyche as a storytelling device? Many of the stories are from the point of view of young women or girls. . . . We’re all interested in the time of adolescence, when we’re curious; it can be male or female. A lot of questions haven’t been answered, and the adult world is still a little bit like a mirage, you know? You don’t really know. It’s mysterious.
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Selecting a term
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